Karachi: Reham Khan, former wife of Imran Khan, in his new book has claimed that the former captain of the Pakistani cricket team and now president of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, has five illegitimate children and some of them are Indians. Reham’s book titled ‘Reham Khan’ was released on Amazon Kindle on Thursday.
Reham’s book had made headlines even before its release after he reportedly revealed his problematic relationship with Imran.
In addition, the previous cricketer Wasim Akram and three others had legally notified Reham.
After this, things went from bad to worse. Reham said he had received death threats for the publication of his next book.
“I have received death threats for publishing the book, they also threatened me with being defamed by the same thing, this is very depressing, but I am an optimistic person, these things do not depress me in my life,” she had said.
The book is about my life … the struggles and how I got over it. After reading my book, many women will find a small part of them in it. I hope and pray that everything that has happened to me will never happen to anyone. This book shows how to conduct oneself, overcome failures and what led to my mistakes, “he added.
However, in another shocking turn of events, Reham’s new book now reveals that Imran fathered 5 illegitimate children.
After Imran’s marriage to Reham in 2015, the former spoke about Tyrian While, the daughter of Imran and now the deceased American heiress Sita White.
According to the book, this is how the interaction between Imran and Reham took place.
“You know she’s not the only one I have.” He smiled maliciously. There are 5 in all, that I know. “
“Five what ?!” I gasped
“Children,” he laughed.
“What, you have five illegitimate children! How do you know?” I asked.
“Well, the mothers told me,” he said.
“No, some are Indians.” The oldest has 34 now. “
“How Imran? Why did not the mother come out with that?
“Because she was on the moon!” She had been married for years and could not get pregnant. “She was filled with joy, promised to keep it a secret and begged him to keep it, so I said yes.”
“And the rest, why did not they ever talk?” I fired at him, there were many questions in my head.
“Well, because they were all married and did not want their marriages to be destroyed,” he said.
“Does anyone else know?” I asked, still reeling.
“Only Jemima does it, I told her,” he replied nonchalantly.